Kalemie

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Ka•le•mie

(kəˈleɪ mi)

n.
a city in the E Democratic Republic of the Congo, on Lake Tanganyika. 172,297. Formerly, Albertville.
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Contract notice: redevelopment of the museum - place de conflans - 73200 albertville
1992 - 16th Winter Olympics games open in Albertville, France
a global private equity investment firm, has announced the sale of its portfolio company Albertville Quality Foods, Inc.
Bachoco) (NYSE: IBA) (BMV: Bachoco) has reached an agreement to acquire Alabama-based Albertville Quality Foods through its OK Foods subsidiary, the company said.
Team Sky's Froome hit the deck inside the last 15 kilometres of the 146km stage 19 from Albertville to Saint-Gervais Mont Blanc and was forced to finish on team-mate Geraint Thomas' bike, with his rivals looking to put him under pressure on the final climb on Mont Blanc as the rips in his yellow jersey revealed his scars.
A court in Albertville in the French Alps yesterday ordered the closure of the snack bar at the request of the former L'Oreal boss, whose family are Welsh.
Because of your dedication to quality and service, Albertville, Alabama has earned the coveted title of Fire Hydrant Capital of the World.
A court in Albertville ruled on Monday that French law demands that only qualified ski instructors can lead organised groups of skiers on the slopes.
The dealership is aiming to reduce the number of vehicles that will be transported to the new dealership at 7864 US 431 in Albertville.
On a 148-kilometre route from Albertville to La Toussuire, which Wiggins had described as the toughest day of the route to Paris on July 22, the 32-year-old Londoner increased his advantage over Cadel Evans to three minutes 19 seconds.
Among the recipients were the cities of Albertville and Boaz, which established a joint recycling program and created the Albertville-Boaz Recycling Authority.
After the attack, the killer fled the Albertville high school toward the centre of Winnenden, a town of 28,000 near Stuttgart.